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Feinstein researchers share work with Tufts Nutrition Council
Anastasia discussed findings from an impact evaluation of a program-Community Resilience to Acute Malnutrition (CRAM)-run by Concern Worldwide in eastern Chad since 2011. She described the impact of the CRAM program on the prevalence of acute malnutrition and ideas for future research to investigate possible links between acute malnutrition, water access, and livestock.
Merry described early findings from her PhD study that aims to provide evidence upon which to design interventions to prevent kwashiorkor malnutrition.
Dan gave an overview of the center and all its work to the council.
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22FebThe persistent problem of global acute malnutrition: why does it persist despite humanitarian development gains?
Despite global improvements in malnutrition and under-five mortality, child Global Acute Malnutrition (GAM) continues to be an ongoing and alarming problem in post-emergency and protracted crises. The Feinstein International Center has…Read More
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